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These 12 disability awareness lesson plans can be used alone or together in any combination. They meet curriculum standards in all 50 states in the U.S., including those using Common Core. To download them visit: TeachersPayTeachers.com/Store/Buddy-Bougere A teacher buying any lesson plan can us
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6th - 12th, Higher Education
This activity is based on the Americans with Disability Act. The purpose of these task cards is to help students with disabilities increase their understanding of the Americans with Disabilities Act and how the law applies to various aspects of their life. This activity includes 16 task cards, a les
Help keep your company or department compliant by training your staff on the fundamentals of the American's with Disabilities Act of 1990. This Powerpoint will give you the lecturing format to provide a quality training session.
Grades:
12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Americans with Disabilities Act ADA - Lesson overview history facts questions
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5th - 8th
This is a PowerPoint that explains the American Disability Act with an emphasis on how it affects Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students. In the end, there are a few comprehension check questions.
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Not Grade Specific
This Preamble to the Constitution Activity Bundle includes FOUR resources related to the Preamble: an annotated close read of the Preamble, with engaging margin questions that guide students through the historic document; a "government-in-action" review worksheet that applies the Preamble's six goal
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5th - 11th
This is a two-page worksheet/activity about the Chinese Exclusion ActThis can be used with middle school, ENL or students with disabilities. The organizer is broken into two parts. The LEFT SIDE Is the Chinese Exclusion Act broken up into different excerpts. You can assign different excerpts to diff
These are questions for understanding and discussing the prologue and act one of the podcast This American Life's episode "Trends With Benefits". I would recommend printing out a class set of the transcript of the prologue and act one, which can be found at Thisamericanlife.org.
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9th - 12th, Adult Education
This is a fill in the blank activity for students to analyze the purpose and effect of several controversial acts to end discrimination including race and disability. This is directly aligned with Virginia/ US History but is easily used for any current American History course. Includes answer key
This activity teaches students to close read a primary source image, determine the main idea, and cite evidence to support their claim. The Jamboard Scratch & Reveal is a novel, fun, and quick (5-15 minute) way to engage diverse learners at varying reading levels in primary source analysis. At t
Students learn about women playing important roles in Shakespeare’s role, including playing the lead male roles in the plays. Students will read, listen to and view supporting clips while learning the necessary elements to analyze the text. Students will show mastery of the standards at the end of
USA History 1992-1994 Americans with Disabilities Act Persian Gulf War
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4th - 6th
This adapted activity comes with all you need to teach one large group and two small groups (or stations) for an entire week based for one important woman in history (the first woman to win 3 gold medals in a single Olympic game AND after growing up with a physical disability) WITH visual supports,
Overviews the main functions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Goes through the major sections and how the ADA can help those with disabilities in a variety of ways. PPT Notes are listed free.
March is Developmental Disability Acceptance month! Thanks to the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) your PC's and Mac's have built in accessibility features. However, many people are not aware of these built in features that can be used in your classroom. Not only will they help with IEP / 504 p
Civil Rights Movement and Beyond Close Reading Passages and Comprehension Questions is a great way to integrate U.S. history with literacy skills. This resource contains 7 close reading passages with comprehension questions. Each passage is 1-3 pages in length (double-spaced) and comes with 5-6 shor
In this inquiry-based assignment, students will look at issues in America such as social security, environmental concerns, water shortages, Americans with Disabilities, immigration, outsourcing, third parties, electoral college, and the Patriot Act
These pages describe in detail an abrupt about face in the U.S. from no sweeping law on disability civil rights to the Americans With Disability Act, which is often called the ADA.. There are 52 countries that now have such laws. in 2008, The Disability Treaty was passed and has been ratified by 1
This multi-week unit introduces students to designing residential structures that adhere to the standards established by the International Code Council (ICC) and by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The culminating project involves having students remodel a home based on the requests of a c
Included in this document is a primary source reading activity on the expansion of civil rights with the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Passages from both pieces of legislation, as well as an excerpt from Martin Luther King, Jr. Letter from
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8th - 12th
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Deaf disrimination 1000 BC to the present day. Topics include: early religious beliefs, Plato & Aristotle, the dark ages, 1800's-1900's, Audism, Eugenics & Francis Galton, The American's with Disabilities Act of 1990 & more. Presented in PowerPoint format. User is free to use for persona
These are my notes on President George H.W. Bush.The notes cover the Election of 1988, The Collapse of the Soviet Union, Invasion of Panama, the Persian Gulf War, Americans with Disabilities Act, Texas v. Johnson, and the Election of 1992. How do you use this product? I make copies of the notes and
This information packed powerpoint examines some of the laws that impact Deaf and hard of hearing students in various education settings. Some topics include: Laws · ADA vs IDEA vs 504 · Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) · Civil Rights Law vs. Educational Law · Family E
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Do your students need extra practice understanding the Preamble to the Constitution? Reinforce the six goals of government by playing this Preamble Scenario Match! This Preamble matching activity, which comes with an optional short essay response, has students match thirty examples of government-in-

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